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Gun Shots Forced Food Market to Close Earlier

Gun Shots Forced Food Market to Close Earlier

Tuesday July 21, the first working day of this week ended in chaos for parts of Bamenda Central due to the eruption of gun battles in parts of the town. It was the first working day after the Monday ghost town imposed by separatist fighters. Details are still sketchy but many traders and workers around […]

Covid-19: Alim Hayoutou In B’da As Infection Rate Rises

Covid-19: Alim Hayoutou In B’da As Infection Rate Rises

Alim Hayatou, Secretary of State to the Minister of Public Health in charge of Epidemics and Pandemic arrived Bamenda today to inspect facilities that host and care for covid-19 cases in the Northwest Region. The inspection and working visit came as the number of confirmed cases in the region reaches 35. He congratulated the staff […]

Benskin Operators Want Compensation for Missing Impounded Bikes

Benskin Operators Want Compensation for Missing Impounded Bikes

Several commercial motorbike riders (benskin) today took to the streets of Bamenda  in protest against the huge cost involved in legalizing their status, the disappearance of some bikes impounded by the gendarmes and  threats on their live and livelihood by some separatist fighters  if they comply with government instructions. They suspended all activities, obliging others […]

B’da II Council Assists Local Communities Fight Against Covid-19

B’da II Council Assists Local Communities Fight Against Covid-19

The Bamenda II council has handed out various sanitary materials to quarter heads to use in their community in the fight against the ravaging Covid-19. The items included tap buckets, soap, toilet tissues and disinfectants and messages on the virus, mode of transmission and prevention. These items will be placed at various locations in the […]

Paul Atanga Blames Bikers For Insecurity, Calls For Stricter Controls

Paul Atanga Blames Bikers  For Insecurity, Calls For Stricter Controls

Commercial motorcycles in Mezam division have been given up to March 17, 2020 to register and be recognized by the competent authority or have their bikes impounded. Territorial Administration minister Paul Atanga Nji blamed the bike riders for promoting the ghost towns and lock downs. The lock downs and ghost towns have had a negative […]

Thousands Defile Lockdown with Sports Walk Across Bamenda

Thousands Defile Lockdown with Sports Walk Across Bamenda

They started early in the morning, about 7:30 am at the Ford Up station, brazing the chilly cold morning to stage a walk across some major streets of Bamenda and back to challenge the lockdown. They carried placards bearing calls like including-“no to lock downs and ghost towns”, “stop sacrificing the future of our children”, […]

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